24/ JUNE 2010 THE RIDER
2010 HORSE AUCTIONS DAVID CARSON
FARMS & AUCTION SERVICES LTD.
Saturday, June 26th - All Breed Horse & Equipment Consignment Sale. Sale starts at 9:30 A.M. with a selection of harness, saddles, trailers, buggies, & horse drawn equipment. A flea market environ- ment will take place at the same time offering numerous tack (new & used). Something for everyone! Followed by a good selection of all types of ponies & horses whether it be for riding, driving, roping or simply pleasure horses. We have it all!!
Saturday, July 31 - All Breed Horse & Equipment Consignment Sale. Sale starts at 9:30 A.M. with a selection of harness, saddles, trailers, buggies, & horse drawn equipment. A flea market environment will take place at the same time offering numerous tack (new & used). Something for everyone! Fol- lowed by a good selection of all types of ponies & horses whether it be for riding, driving, roping or simply pleasure horses. We have it all!!
Saturday, September 4th - Equine Ranches 9th Select Foal Sale. Production foal sale from Top Quality Breeders from Western Canada PLUS Ontario Breeders who have 4 or more consignments. Starting at 10:30 A.M. No tack and equipment selling.
September 17th & 18th – Friday & Saturday - Speciality Production Sale of Registered Quarter Horses & Paint. Production This is a 2 day sale so that these quality horses can be viewed and the arena set up for performance horses to show off their skills on Friday Night. Once again we will be featuring the ever popular Lazy Lou Quarter Horse Ranch of MB who will be selling approximately 50 head of weanlings and some yearlings with lot of size & color. All foals will be halter broke and de- wormed. Watch for full sale listings on their web-site: www.lazylouranch.ca
Other consignments will be accepted on approval of sale management. All animals will need to be fully registered so this sale offers great genetics, style and performance. Catalogue entries only, with catalogue deadline being August 2nd, 2010.
Tuesday, October 5th - Carson’s Annual Yearling & Mixed Standardbred Horse Sale. Equipment selling at 2:00 P.M. with various Tack & Equipment dispersals. Followed by Horses at 6:30 P.M. Offering weanlings, yearlings, broodmares in foal & racehorses.
October 22nd & 23rdth – Friday & Saturday - Carson’s Fall Colors Draft Horse Sale. Friday fea- tures Horse drawn machinery, harness, saddles, trailers and buggies. A flea market environment will take place at the same time offering numerous tack (new & used), followed by Preview of Horses. Saturday All Types of Draft horses & Driving Horses sell.
Saturday, December 18th - All Breed Horse & Equipment Consignment Sale. Sale starts at 9:30 A.M. with a selection of harness, saddles, trailers, buggies, & horse drawn equipment. A flea market environ- ment will take place at the same time offer- ing numerous tack (new & used). Some- thing for everyone! Followed by a good selection of all types of ponies & horses whether it be for riding, driving, roping or simply pleasure horses. We have it all!!
Auctioneer & Sales Manager - David Carson RR #3, Listowel, ON N4W 3G8 (519) 291-2049 • Fax (519) 291-5065
The National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky will be holding a special juried exhibit of quilts from August 13 to November 16, 2010 as part of the World Equestrian Games. The Museum invited entries from quilters across North Ameri- ca. The theme of the exhibit is of course equestrian. The quilt in the photo above has been judged accepted into this special exhibit. This was created by Ontario driver Dwayne Wanner, pictured. Congratulations Dwayne.
Red Hot Deal! 2008 Sooner 3 hr with 15' LQ - $47,500.00 (interior like new)
Canadian Reining Committee Announces WEG Declared Riders
Ottawa, ON—The Equine Canada Cana- dian Reining Committee (CRC) is pleased to announce the declared riders aiming for a spot on the Canadian Reining Team for the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games to be held in Lexington, KY September 25—October 10, 2010.
order are The declared riders in alphabetical Rider/ Home/ Town
Lisa Coulter, Kelowna, BC / Pitol Point, TX
Brad Giesbrecht, Swift Current, SK / Pitol Point, TX
Pierre-Luc Phaneuf, Laval, QC Shawna Sapergia, Cochrane, AB Amanda Self, Pritchard, BC
Duane Latimer, Bienfait, SK / Ardmore, OK
Patrice St-Onge, Valleyfield, QC / Gainesville, TX
“The CRC could not be more pleased to see the quality of the riders who will be vying for the 2010 Canadian Reining Team. No doubt Canada will be well rep- resented and we would expect to see the team on the medal platform,” said Bob Thompson, chair of the CRC.
The Canadian Reining Committee World Equestrian Games Selection Finals
will be held at the West Coast Classic, British Columbia’s premiere reining com- petition organized by the Western Canadi- an Reining Association (WCRA). The competition will be held July 16-18, 2010, at the Chilliwack Heritage Park, in Chilli- wack, BC.
For additional details on the West Coast Classic please visit www.west- coastclassic.info
For additional information on the CRC and its programs, including selection criteria, please visit the Equine Canada website at www.equinecanada.ca
or e- mail email@example.com
About the Canadian Reining Commit- tee
The Canadian Reining Committee is the discipline committee of Equine Cana- da that is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of rein- ing programs in Canada. The Canadian Reining Committee’s objective is to foster the growth of reining and the pursuit of excellence in the sport at the local, nation- al and international levels.
About Equine Canada
For more information about Equine Canada, please visit www.equinecanada.ca
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